Court of Chancery Explains Weight of Evidence
LaPoint v. Amerisourcebergen Corporation, C.A. No. 327-CC (September 7, 2007).
In this otherwise fairly common breach of contact case, the Court of Chancery has once again emphasized the importance of evidence that is contemporaneous with the parties' contract and their conduct. Explanations after the fact are viewed as much less convincing than, as in this case, emails created at the time when litigation was not on everyone's mind.Share